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The Development of Chemistry in the Nineteenth Century 1922
On the Specific Heat of Gases 1911
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absorption according acetic acid acids and bases activity coefficient alcohol amino acids amino group ampho-ion ampholyte anion aqueous solution association assumed bands calculated carbonic acid carboxyl group cent Chem chemical chemistry chromic chloride chromium colour completely dissociated compounds COOH corresponding curve Debye decrease degree of dissociation determined dielectric constant dilute solutions dissociation constant distribution exponents effect electrically charged energy equation experimental expressed formula hexaquochromic hydration hydrochloric acid hydrogen atoms hydrogen chloride hydrogen-ion concentration hydrogen-ion exponent hydrolysis hydrolysis constant hydroxide hydroxyl hydroxyl ions indicator infrared interionic forces investigations ionization ions latently basic lattice means measurements methyl orange mixture molar mole molecular neutral NIELS BJERRUM obtained oscillations osmotic physik picric acid potassium chloride potential properties ratio reaction salt smaller sodium solubility solvent strength exponent strong electrolytes substances succinic acid sulphate temperature theory thiocyanate titration titration exponent undissociated valence values vapour vibrations